The first homes in a massive housing development in Moray have been completed.
Efforts to encourage council house tenants in Moray to downsize are finally paying off after the budget for a cash incentive scheme was fully spent.
Council house rent in Moray will be frozen for the next 12 months.
North-east motorists face a lengthy journey from next week due to a lifeline route being closed for resurfacing works.
More than £8million is due to be invested in affordable housing across Moray this year to tackle demand.
A busy Moray bridge that has been pegged for a major refurbishment has been reduced to one lane for the next three weeks.
Campaigners on Speyside are celebrating victory following a two-year battle in their fight to get a pedestrian crossing on their High Street.
Moray Council pledged to reduce the amount of single-use plastic it throws away in order to encourage others to protect the region’s coastline.
Proposals from the Moray Council that aim to end homelessness and rough sleeping in the region have been approved.
Council house tenants and applicants on the housing list are being asked for their opinions on a revised allocations policy for Moray.
Rural communities in the south of Moray can look forward to enjoying new connections to the coast next year through an electric bus service.
New legislation has been proposed by Moray Council to help combat the 3,500-strong waiting list for council houses in the region.
Moray Council’s new SNP administration has claimed a decisive victory in reversing a controversial decision to axe school crossing patrollers taken by the authority’s previous leadership.
Moray Council’s new leadership has set its sights on reversing a controversial decision to scrap school crossing patrollers.
A Moray councillor is demanding action to crackdown on motorists speeding through the region’s motorists.
A Moray couple have been forced out of their home after a lorry smashed into the side of it as they slept.
A tandem cyclist was airlifted to hospital last night after falling off her bike.
A Moray museum is preparing to reopen its doors again following a massive refurbishment.
Fears have been raised that halving the number of school crossing patrollers in Moray could lead to chaos at the gates as parents choose to drive their children instead.
A stallion has been stolen from a Speyside farm by thieves who struck under the cover of darkness.
Councillors have slammed the brakes on proposals to introduce a 20mph speed limit across Moray’s towns and villages – because it would cost too much.
Education bosses have been pressed to return “much-loved” equipment to a Speyside school that was removed by mistake.
Tourists on Speyside have been left hunting cash due to a shortage of bank machines.
A mystery fairy garden has popped up in Dufftown, with people flocking from all over to see the magic.